What's a pilot to do when either holiday-budget or winter-weather considerations prevent us from committing aviation until spring? How can we keep alive the aviation "bug?" One way is to curl up in front of a crackling fire with a good book about flying. AVweb's Marketing Manager Ann Devers and Executive Editor Joseph E. (Jeb) Burnside took a look at five recently-released aviation-related books: "Violation," by Howard Fried; "Flying & Learning: Basics For Every Pilot," by William "Phil" Heitman; "TRACON," by Paul McElroy; "So, You Want To Be A Pilot," by Clayton Davis; and "Fabulous Affairs With Aircraft (And Federal Aviation Airheads)," by Eugene L. (Gene) Turner. Read all about it.
By Ann Devers and Joseph E. (Jeb) Burnside
| November 9, 2000